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AEI Resident Fellow Michael Barone mourns the death of Michael Novak, a longtime AEI scholar and colleague.

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Michael Novak identified “cardinal virtues” that the business community brings as its own specific contribution to the table of civil society.

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AEI Adjunct Scholar Flavio Felice mourns the loss of Michael Novak, a former teacher and colleague.

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Michael Novak, an intellectual godfather to a generation of conservatives, passed away last week at the age of 83. AEI President Arthur Brooks remembers the great Catholic theologian and economist.

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The American Enterprise Institute mourns the loss of our colleague, Michael Novak, who passed away this morning at the age of 83. Michael was an AEI scholar for three decades until his retirement in 2010, and remained a close friend of the Institute.

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The American Enterprise Institute mourns the loss of our colleague, Michael Novak, who passed away this morning at the age of 83. Michael was an AEI scholar for three decades until his retirement in 2010, and remained a close friend of the Institute.

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Michael Novak’s book on social justice challenges the conventional understanding of the term

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At this AEI event, Novak will reflect upon the moral roots of free enterprise in the context of the current political-economic landscape, and two young entrepreneurs will respond to his lecture.

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Michael Novak will deliver the May 2011 Bradley Lecture at AEI.

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Ave Maria University and it’s professors have mixed feelings about Jackson labs not constructing a location nearby.

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Conservatives need to be able to do four things better than they do currently. First, they need to be comfortable making the moral case about enterprise.

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In his first two years, President Obama convinced millions of Americans that he wants to make the United States more like European welfare states. The American people hate the very idea, and they simply rebelled.

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